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Yes i know it was london assaye but thats as far as I got

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Well done. That didn’t take long! I now know more than I did. I knew the Ove Arup connection as it was my father in law’s. He indeed received it fir ten years service. He did over three decades more with them. Ove Arup now called Arup we’re responsible for making sure the architect’s dreams became a reality with the Sydney Opera House. They were also brought in to solve the Millennium “wobbly” bridge.

Back to the bar, I thought he said it was Tiffany but it was years ago that we spoke about it. Maybe there’s another one hidden somewhere!

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2 minutes ago, Zeuk said:

It's a nice piece to be fair, deserves to be out on a desk and fondled

It does. It used to live on their mantle piece. It was much shinier when it was left out. Presumably because my mother in law used to polish it!

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